Tributes have been pouring in for the star, who seized the role of BBC One's Peaky Blinders' grand matriarch Aunt Polly and made it her own.
But did you know most of Peaky Blinders was filmed in Leeds and across Yorkshire?
What better way to pay tribute to the legend than by visiting some of the wonderful parts of our county that made up the backdrop to her best-known role.
How many of these Peaky Blinders filming spots have you visited?
Newby Hall features where Grace and Campbell exchange information. It's also a stunning building which is open to the public
Even Leeds Town Hall featured in the show, including in several episodes which featured Tommy's political campaign and a rally in the most recent series
Keighley Railway featured in many episodes of the series, becoming a backdrop for pivotal scenes and helping lend the programme the requisite 1920s feel
Studio 81 in Kirkstall was home to many of the indoor scenes on Peaky Blinders, as a custom built TV studio